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February 20, 1937 - December 13, 2018

Nancy Wilson’s Elegance Will Be Missed

Sheldon T. Nunn – Life is a song worth singing and no one did so better than Nancy Wilson, considered by many to possess one of the most beautifully crafted voices of her generation and with it she captivated audiences all over the world with a personified singing ability for more than five decades. […]

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Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. Wants You to Know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Sheldon T. Nunn Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. wants the general public to know October is “Breast Cancer Awareness Month;” most significantly, the sorority wants to heighten awareness amongst females in the African American community. As a whole, black women have the highest mortality rate of any other ethnic group and the impact of this disease takes […]

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Using synthetic marijuana can be a risky proposition

Spice (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Recent news reports throughout the United States have noted numerous cases of drug overdoses that have impacted individuals from every walk of life. The culprit of these overdoses has been synthetic marijuana, “aka” as K2, Spice, Kush and AK47, all of which has proven to be […]

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A Little Known Chapter in KKK History

By Sheldon T. Nunn – During the 1970’s, Ron Stallworth has the distinction of being the first black detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department at a time when there were many so-called firsts as a matter of race relations in American society. As a consequence of the times, radical […]

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KTSU Birthday Bash – Celebrating 47 Years of Broadcast Excellence

KTSU is having a birthday bash on June 23rd to celebrate 47 years of broadcast excellence turning listeners on to programming they have truly loved. As a non-profit public radio station, KTSU 90.9 is the first African-American FM station to grace the airwaves of Houston with the issuance of a […]

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